Our Go Green Recycling Project.

GO GREEN PROJECT

Followers of Jesus are challenged to care for all of God’s creation. As stewards of God’s creation we are committed to assist in efforts to minimize waste and maximize the use of resources. One way we can do this is through re-cycling. In partnership with “The Waste Trade Company” our re-cycling depot on campus allows us to employ a supervisor and earn some income for our “Bread of Life” ministry. We invite anyone to bring the products listed below and place them in the containers as shown.

 

Please place all your recyclable items, as indicated below, in a bag and bring to church each Sunday and place in the seperate bins outside at our recycling drop-off point!!
PLASTIC

  • Plastic Bottles
  • Clear Plastic Bags

Mixed Paper

  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Coloured Paper
  • Posters
  • Telephone Directories

Cardboard

  • Boxes
  • Cereal Boxes
  • Toilet Rolls
  • Egg Cartons

White Paper

  • Office Paper (even if drawn or printed on)
  • Inside of textbooks or reading books

GLASS

  • Wine and beer bottles
  • Container Bottles & Jars such as jam, sauces, etc. (rinse bottles)TINS
  • Food tins
  • Soda tins

TETRAPAK

  • Juice boxes
  • Long life milk containers

WE CANNOT RECYCLE:

  • Cups and saucers
  • oven ware
  • ceramic ware
  • mirror glass
  • fluorescent tubes
  • light bulbs
  • windscreens
  • car lights
  • window panes
  • laboratory glass
  • wire reinforced glass
  • Wet strength paper
  • Plasticized paper, laminated paper
  • Photographs and overheads
  • Waxed and grease proof paper
  • Wax coated boxes or cartons
  • Photocopy ream wrap
  • Lever arch files
  • Potato pockets/bags & dog food bags lined with plastic or wax coated (except as bags for your recycling)
  • Carbon paper
  • Self adhesive paper e.g. Post-it notes
  • Adhesive Tape
  • Used tissues and serviettes for hygienic reasons
  • Black polystyrene trays
  • White polystyrene trays, containers, cups
  • Plastic trays made from PET (marked with ‘1’ in the triangle)
  • Plastic contaminated with oil, paint or glue, or plastic bonded with paper such as laminated paper
  • Plastic items containing metal parts (like screws) which cannot easily be removed
  • Chip packets, tea bag wrap and many biscuit wrappers
  • Chunky polystyrene (such as used to package electronic items)
  • Plastic items such as garden chairs and buckets. Some trays used to package fruit and vegetables

YOU CAN FURTHER ASSIST US IN THE FOLLOW WAYS:

  • Unscrewing the lids of PET bottles
  • Flatten all TetraPak and cardboard boxes
  • Please rinse
  • Bottles
  • food tins, etc.

(This also ensures that you recycle bin at home does not smell)
THANK YOU for your support to our community and the environment!

WHEN LIFE GETS TOO HARD TO STAND…KNEEL

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